I Do ... Again: The Renewable Marriage
Worthy Shorts Inc, Feb 1, 2009 - Communication in marriage - 20 pages
We all want and need relationships. We can't live without them and we don't want to. What we want is relationships that work. This book will help you do that.
Most books about relationships look at what's wrong. This book looks at what's good, because surely there was a lot of good when your relationship began. Relationships can work and good can be built into better.
Sharing their personal stories, the authors give the success tools they created, including an actual transcript from a personal session of the I Do . . . Again process. With Checklists, Exercises, and a sample Contract this book distills thousands of hours successfully helping clients improve their relationships. A Handbook, a Field Guide, a Set of Tools.
You're a person with relationships. This book is for you.
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